Microsoft announced its 2016 events lineup today, notably moving its Ignite event for IT pros away from Chicago.
Microsoft announced the "general availability" of its Roles Based Access Control (RBAC) Azure service this week.
Microsoft this week announced that its Azure Backup service now can back up Hyper-V virtual machines, as well as more server workloads.
VMware has released security updates for three significant flaws in vCenter Server and ESXi.
Microsoft today announced an expansion of its previews of Skype for Business features, as enabled via Office 365 services.
Microsoft changed its Most Valuable Professional program structure this month.
Microsoft Corp. announced upcoming changes this week that will affect the structure of its financial reports going forward.
Microsoft's Office 2016 product line can seem obtuse for those trying to get it, so a corporate VP took to answering some common questions this week.
Microsoft and Box are betting that their marriage of convenience will benefit their efforts to grow their enterprise ECM and collaboration market shares.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft released its newest messaging server product today for premises-based deployments.
Microsoft announced some OneDrive for Business improvements today, along with new data loss prevention availability.
Microsoft announced a number of new Azure services as part of its AzureCon Web event on Tuesday.
Microsoft today announced the purchase of project and portfolio management (PPM) apps from two of its partners for integration into Office 365 services.
Microsoft has published guidelines that outline its three Windows 10 servicing models.
The American Registry for Internet Numbers announced today that its free pool of IPv4 addresses has hit the "zero" level.
Microsoft issued an apology this week for its consumer Skype outage that occurred on September 21.
Microsoft today released an update to System Center 2016 Configuration Manager Technical Preview 3.
Microsoft released Office 2016 today, so organizations could be weighing their upgrade prospects.
Skype, Microsoft's consumer voice and video calling service, went down today.
Microsoft quietly delivered a media bombshell of sorts this week as it explained that its Azure Cloud Switch solution was built with Linux.